Show #1177 - Tuesday, October 17, 1989


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Patty Meagher, a waitress from Chicago, Illinois

Ed Toutant, an engineer from Austin, Texas

Stacie Macias, a homemaker from Lake Elsinore, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

"P"s & "Q"s
(Alex: The television series)
    $100 11
She is the first woman to head a British political party
    $100 4
In his playing days, this St. Louis Cardinal outfielder & Hall of Famer was known as "Stan the Man"
    $100 3
And now, "Heeere's" his line of suits
    $100 1
In 1985 he was run down and "killed"; in 1986 he was alive & lathering up in Pam's shower
    $100 16
In 1972 adman Harve Chapman coined the term "Metroplex" for the area shared by these 2 cities
    $200 12
Despite the outcry over his indictment for drug trafficking, he's still in power in Panama
    $200 5
A major pitching award is named for this hurler who won a record 511 games
    $200 6
Dorothy Lamour popularized this Indonesian skirt in her films
    $200 2
Her maiden name was Southworth, not Southfork
    DD: $700 17
David G. Burnet, Mirabeau B. Lamar, Anson Jones & Sam Houston were the only ones to hold this office
    $300 19
In the 1920s this N. Vietnamese leader worked as an assistant chef under the great Escoffier
    $300 24
Neptune, the Roman god of the sea, is identified with this Greek god
    $300 13
In 1985 this former president arbitrated the Major League umpire labor dispute
    $300 7
These short pants were named for the fictitious author of W. Irving's "History of New York"
    $300 8
Seen by the largest U.S. audience to that date, the 11/21/80 episode answered this question
    $300 18
It was said they "can ride like a Mexican, trail like an Indian... & fight like a very devil"
    $400 22
This political "strongman" was heavyweight boxing champ of Uganda from 1951-60
    $400 26
A "colorful" name for serrated scissors
    $400 14
This manager won fewer games than Leo Durocher or Walt Alston but was in the most World Series--10
    $400 9
This overcoat with a removable cape got its name from a city in Scotland
    $400 20
This island off Corpus Christi is the largest in Texas, Dad
    $500 23
Between 1816 & 1830 he was at various times ruler of present-day Venezuela, Peru & Colombia
    $500 25
It's a "hand"y synonym for chiromancy
    $500 15
This club that no longer exists was called "1st in war, 1st in peace & last in the A.L."
    $500 10
In the 1960s this former head designer for Dior introduced the pant suit to high fashion
    $500 21
Now a Republican, he began his career as an aide to freshman Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Stacie Ed Patty
$200 $600 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stacie Ed Patty
-$300 $1,600 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
Among the books set on this river were "Mike FInk", "Tammy Out of Time" & "Huckleberry Finn"
    $200 7
The Treaty of the Pyrenees in 1659 ended Spain's war with this neighbor
    $200 1
Victor Mature & Hedy Lamarr played the title roles in this 1949 Cecil B. DeMille epic
    $200 22
Because it thrives near salt water, the Romans called it "rosmarinus", dew of the sea
    $200 2
Sally Ride told Mission Control that being in space was like being on an "E" ticket ride at this park
    $400 18
The full title of his 1947 book was "Tales of the South Pacific"
    $400 9
In 1492 Granada, the last city in Spain held by these people, was captured by Ferdinand & Isabella's army
    $400 8
As Drake McHugh in 1942's "Kings Row", he uttered the line "Where's the rest of me?"
    $400 17
The hottest variety of this blend of Indian spices originated in Madras
    $400 3
All 6 of the 1st class of women astronauts hold a doctorate, but only 2 are this kind of doctor
    $600 11
Truman Capote's nonfiction novel "In Cold Blood" was written in an event that took place in this state
    $600 26
This "noble" jazzman wrote "Sophisticated Lady" & "Mood Indigo"
    $600 23
Dynasty restored to the throne in 1874 & again in 1975 when Juan Carlos I became king of Spain
    $600 10
She was "Mrs. Miniver", "Madame Curie" & "Mrs. Parkington"
    $600 14
Called "estragon" by the French, it can be stored in or added as a flavoring to vinegar
    $600 4
The Soviets honored her in 1983 by putting her image, in space suit & helmet, on a 1-ruble coin
    $800 12
After a stint as a Hollywood screenwriter, Nathanael West wrote this Hollywood novel, his last
    $800 27
"Till the Clouds Roll By", the film biography of this composer, includes scenes from "Show Boat"
    DD: $1,200 24
In 1819 Spain agreed to turn this territory over to the U.S.
    $800 19
1 of 3 1940s films starring Roddy McDowall that had the name of his animal co-star in the title
    $800 15
A classic addition to rye bread, these seeds are also used to flavor schnapps & aquavit
    $800 5
The 2nd U.S. woman in space, her 1st flight was on the shuttle Discovery in 1984
    $1000 13
Carson McCullers novel about a motherless 12-year-old & her thoughts on her brother's marriage
    $1000 28
This "Firebird" composer was the son of an opera singer
    $1000 25
This brother of Napoleon was named king of Spain in 1808 after Napoleon conquered the country
    $1000 20
Anthony Quinn, Dana Andrews & Francis Ford were mistakenly hanged by a lynch mob in this 1943 film
    $1000 16
Peter Rabbit's mother made him this herbal tea after his adventures in Mr. McGregor's garden
    DD: $1,000 6
In 1984 Kathryn Sullivan became the 1st American woman to perform this feat

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stacie Ed Patty
$3,300 $5,800 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the largest country in Europe that is not a member of the United Nations

Final scores:

Stacie Ed Patty
$3,300 $11,401 $0
2nd place: Broyhill bedroom set + Stiffel lamp New champion: $11,401 3rd place: Maytag dishwasher

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stacie Ed Patty
$3,300 $4,900 $5,700
10 R,
3 W
20 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W
15 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,900

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Game tape date: 1989-06-26
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